..error in hostap.o!!!
andreaf at cs.columbia.edu
Fri Nov 14 14:24:07 PST 2003
it is installed before depmod was run!!!
It was also copied in the net/ directory.
By the way I am still using hostap 0.0.4.
Hope you guys can help me.
> hostap_get_crypto_ops is defined in hostap_crypt.c. Check your
> configuration to see if hostap_crypt.c should be compiled as a separate
> module or should included in hostap.c. You can see in hostap.c:
> #ifndef HOSTAP_CRYPT_MODULE
> /* Old hostap_crypt module is now part of hostap module. */
> #include "hostap_crypt.c"
> #else /* HOSTAP_CRYPT_MODULE */
> #define hostap_crypto_init()
> #define hostap_crypto_deinit()
> #endif /* HOSTAP_CRYPT_MODULE */
> So judging from the error, hostap_crypt.c is meant to be its own module.
> Did it get installed before depmod was run?
> On Fri, Nov 14, 2003 at 04:41:14PM -0500, andreaf at cs.columbia.edu wrote:
>> It seems like if I am missing:
>> hope some of you can help me!!!
>> > Hi everyone,
>> > everything was working with HostAP, but when I went to recompile, it
>> gave me this error (at the make_install):
>> > depmod: ***Unresolved symbols in
>> > I do not understand why I get this message now.
>> > I am using Mandrake 9.1 and the only thing that changed since before
>> is that I had a system crash and the system had to recover. It did
>> tell me that I could loose some data.
>> > Do you think this is the problem? What do I have to do/install to
>> make it work again?
>> > Thanks all,
>> > Andrea
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